Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Kamlager-Dove, Eggaman, LGBT Awards
Kamlager-Dove, Eggaman, Speaker, LGBT Awards

Assembly Floor - Ceremony

Thursday, June 14, 2018

By Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager-Dove

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Board of Trustees is an enigmatic local political animal. As quiet as it is kept, this board plays a vital role in the economic safety and development of our community. LACCD is the largest community college district in the nation. It oversees nine colleges across the county, educates over 200,000 students, employs over ten thousand women and men and controls a $6 billion taxpayer-approved budget. It is a quiet, but effective little economic engine that supports student transfers into four-year institutions, vocational training programs that lead directly to employment opportunities and thousands of jobs through its bond construction program. As of last Friday, the LACCD Board has absolutely no African-American representation on the Board of Trustees.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

(Inglewood, CA) - Assemblywoman Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) joined LA Clippers Chairman Steve Ballmer, Inglewood City leaders and area community and labor leaders to rally support behind her bill (Assembly Bill 987) that would bring economic development and NBA basketball back to the community. “I have only been in office a few weeks, and this is the first bill that has the potential to put tens of thousands of jobs in my district,” said Assemblywoman Kamlager-Dove. “This is a jobs package- it’s about bringing economic opportunities to 31 percent of my district by creating full time permanent construction and operational jobs and boosting revenue at existing establishments.” AB 987 will ensure the new Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center Project, also known as the new Clippers Arena, meets strict environmental standards while enhancing local services and protecting vital community interests. Watch more in this Assembly Access video.


Friday, June 8, 2018

State-of-the-Art Arena Project Will Stimulate the Economy While Also Protecting the Environment and Preserving the Community Integrity

Inglewood City leaders, area community members and labor leaders joined LA Clippers chairman Steve Ballmer and Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove to announce widespread support for AB 987.

Inglewood City leaders, area community members and labor leaders joined LA Clippers chairman Steve Ballmer and Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove to announce widespread support for AB 987.

SACRAMENTO – With widespread community support, Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove, (D- Los Angeles), formally introduced legislation today to assist the City of Inglewood in bringing NBA basketball back to the community by providing CEQA streamlining relief for the new arena project. The bill, AB 987, will ensure the new Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center Project meets strict environmental standards and enhances local services while still protecting vital community interests.

“This is an exciting opportunity to build a world-class environmentally friendly facility in the heart of Inglewood, helping to create thousands of good jobs and improve local services while respecting community interests across the region,” said Assemblywoman Kamlager-Dove, (D-Los Angeles). “AB 987 will help achieve that goal by striking a critical balance, prioritizing the needs of local residents, businesses and the environment. I am encouraged by the overwhelming support for this new Clippers Arena and look forward to working with a team owner who is committed to investing in our community as we work to return an NBA franchise to Inglewood.”

Friday, May 25, 2018

(Sacramento) – Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove joined California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, the California Legislative Women’s Caucus and Planned Parenthood’s President at a joint news conference to support Becerra’s recent announcement opposing the federal government’s decision to rollback Title X- the nation’s family planning program. “We are telling the federal administration that we will not stand back while they strip women of their basic healthcare rights,” said Assemblywoman Kamlager-Dove.

Thursday, May 24, 2018
AG Title X Presser
AG Title X Presser
AG Title X Presser

Sacramento State Attorney General’s Office: Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove joins the state attorney general and fellow Legislative Women's Caucus members in opposing federal officials' Title X rollback. 

Monday, May 21, 2018
UCLA Gymnastics National Champs

UCLA Gymnastics National Champions stand in the Assembly gallery as Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) recognizes them from the floor.

Friday, May 18, 2018
Flags and Flowers ceremony
Honoring a grave with a flag
Asm. Kamlager-Dove, Preston Sharp and Sen. Ben Allen

On Friday, May 18, 2018, HISTORY® hosted a special “Flags and Flowers” event at Los Angeles National Cemetery to honor and preserve the legacy of our veterans. The “Flags and Flowers” campaign is an initiative built on 12-year-old Preston Sharp’s mission to honor the graves of veterans every day, not just on holidays. SIX is an example of HISTORY’s programming that depicts the dedication of our nation’s military and their families; today is an example of how, through partnerships, we can all remember and respect those who have served, and their families.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

(Sacramento)  – In a special ceremony in the California State Assembly chamber, newly-elected Assemblywoman Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) was sworn in to represent the 54th Assembly District which includes communities west of downtown Los Angeles, from Crenshaw to Culver City, and as far north as Westwood and Inglewood. “I am very excited to start doing the important work on behalf of my constituents,” said Assemblywoman Kamlager-Dove. “I plan to work really hard to ensure their voices are heard here in Sacramento.” Watch Assemblywoman Kamlager-Dove’s first day unfold in this special Assembly Access  video.